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. >>> striking fear into the heart of hollywood's bigwigs. charlie sheen. >> when it show is run by nazis, it takes on a different light. >> he's a man who has never been afraid to speak his mind, and tonight he's at it again. >> that's my response to him, complete and total. >> people will tell you he's dangerous, unpredictable. that's exactly why i like him. >> i will say the time aged me, but it certainly put more salt in my saddle. >> charlie sheen, the g the bad, and the utterly outrageous. and the one thing you never thought you would hear charlie sheen say. you're not that crazy guy anymore? >> no, i'm not. >> welcome back, sir. >> thank you. >> ding ding, round two. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening. if you ask me to name my top three all-time guests, charlie sheen would definitely be one of those. he's hahn, funny, candid, and gloriously unpredictable. i'm not even sure it's charlie. he's a hollywood veteran, but it's his roles off screen that have been grabbing headlines for years. there's no one else quite like charlie sheen. it's been nearly two years since i sat
them hope at some point. > two words strike fear in hollywood executives -- charlie sheen. >> that's my response to him. >> people tell you he's dangerous, unpredictable. that's exactly why i like him. >> i wouldn't say time aged me. but it certainly put a little more salt in my saddle. >> the good, the bad, and the utterly outrageous. and one thing you never thought you would hear char lee sheen say -- you're not that crazy guy anymore? >> no, i'm not. >> charlie sheen, round two. on "piers morgan" tonight. >> good evening. if you were to ask me to name my top three guests, charlie sheen would be one of those. he's a hollywood veteran but his roles offscreen, simply put there's no one else like charlie sheen. it's been two years ins is i sat with him. it's great to see you. >> like wise. >> you look great. >> i feel great, thank you. so do you. >> you've been doing a round of the shows and i think charlie is in good nick. >> thank you. it's called sleep. start there. start there. >> before we go any further, let's see a clip of the last interview we did. i think it will politely be des
, that gets you by, but only buys you a pass. to ben stein, gerri willis, charlie gasperino. ben to you on this. >> it's a scary situation, everybody in congress is running scared. scared of grover norquist and the no new taxes pledge and the black caucus, threats against anyone who cuts any hint of services and entitlements. scared of the aarp, ending anything having to do with retirement or medicare. >> and in the end of the day we'll be in default and like the story, f. scott fitzgerald-- or hemingway, went broke during the crash and he asked how it happened and he said gradually and then all at once, that's what will happen to us. >> one thing at that doesn't stop, the meter, the debt meter, mountain of debt. >> on and on. the average family in this country $52,000 your share of the federal debt and let me tell you, even if the left and right agree where to cut and give you an example here, there is an example, the christopher columbus foundation, $450,000 line item in the budget and congress tried to kill it it seven times, seven times this program continues to this date. and the p
harrington explains charlie lives but there's one big condition. >> reporter: charlie, the dog, is off death row. a few hours ago, the city of san francisco reached a deal with charlie's owner, david. >> david relinquished ownership of charlie so that we could place him with a rescue sanctuary. >> reporter: charlie, the nearly two-year-old pit bull, will not be euthanized. he was sentenced to death back in august after he chased and attacked a police horse. that happened at crissy field. since then, his owner has been rallying for his dog's life, launching a huge internet campaign, which received more than 100,000 signatures. animal control officials say he never took responsibility for his dog. the city attorney agreed to spare charlie's life with a catch. he would have to give up his dog, sign him over to a sanctuary or rescue organization. >> he will have no contact with the future owner in any way, shape or form. he will receive updates quarterly about charlie's health and well-being. and that concluded the matter. >> reporter: beverly is a dog
to welcome you to our museum. john: thank you, charlie and it's great to be here. fascinating place. tell me what gallery we're in right now. charlie: well, this is really the beginning of the maryland militia. the 5th regiment goes back to 1774, before we actually had a country. john: now, this particular room covers the revolutionary war and the war of 1812. charlie: that's correct. john: but you have similar galleries for all the other conflicts? charlie: that's true, we do. we have world war i, world war ii we also have a small section for korea, as well as modern day iraq and afghanistan. john, what we have here is one of our prized possessions from our 1812 collection. this is what we call our "defenders letter. this is a letter from the mayor inviting three prominent officers that were involved with the defense of baltimore to sit for a portrait. major general samuel smith as well as brigadier general john stricker, who was in charge of the troops at the battle of north point then you also have lieutenant colonel george armistead who was significantly involved in the
all the deliciousness you desire. the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. charlie: every number in these notes corresponds to the ntsb report on the derailment. the length of the train, speed, number of cars... it's all in the messages. don: any connection between h-bob and the cajon pass accident, terry? i'll check. anything from sacramento? they have agents all over that switchyard. l. there are still a few digits unaccounted for. amita: these seven numbers, the letter "b" and 36. what caused the cajon pass accident? i think the ntsb report said that the engineer forgot to check the end-of-train brake system. i'm sorry, i've just been over the report-- a lot. i'm glad someone reads our work. well, 37 people died-- that's close to the 36 in the notes. no? seven numbers and a letter. i don't see anything linking h-bob to the cajon pass. david: maybe the link is indirect. wait a minute. california driver's license-- a letter and seven numbers. see if you can generate a list of licenses using all seven numbers and then check it against the ntsb files. right? right. the lice
strike fear into the hearts of hollywood big wigs, charlie sheen. >> when the show is run by nazis, it takes on another light. >> he has never been afraid to speak his mind, and tonight is no different. >> i was an ass. >> people will tell you he is dangerous, unpredictle. of course that is exactly why i like him. >> i don't want to say that time aged me, but i certainly want to say it put a little salt in my saddle. >> and the one thing you never thought you would hear charlie sheen say, you're not that crazy guy anymore? >> no, i'm not. >> charlie sheen, welcome back sir, ding, ding, round two. this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening, if you happened to name my top three all-time favorite guests, charlie sheen would be one of them, he is honest, candid, and unpredictable. i'm not sure he knows where he will go next, his off-screen roles are getting headlines, especially his battles with "two and a half men." it has been nearly two years since i sat down with him, and he is back again. charlie, good to see you. you look great. >> thank you, i feel good. >> are you making the
, charlie gasperino, charles, what do you have. >> the numbers, you need a symbiotic relationship, for manufacturing, for instance, that's a long-term commitment. you don't want to stay it's going to take me five years to make it up, the unions walk out, have a strike, shake you down. and i think that's the big problem. the unions just only care about the unions. >> what do you make, dagen, of the fact that we had the right to work states seeing activity hiring soar? >> i think that's evidence of the kind of growth that right to work states produce. and a lot of this is the flexibility of work rules. that when you're really locked into what employees can do if you're a unionize the company, if not though, we're in very volatile times, economically. so when if business begins to wane a little bit. that you have greater flexibility, as a business operator to modify when people work, what jobs they do, if you're a union shop. you cannot do that. so, that's another reason to not unionize. >> neil: those are pretty stark numbers. >> and some of the highest unemployment in the nation i
getting those through the course of the morning. "good morning maryland." i'm charlie crowson. megan is off today. and snow and the cold remain the big story on the thursday morning. lynette charles is standing byway check of the -- with airchecks of the forecast. you said -- a check of the forecast. you said the snow was coming. >> yes, we'll get a break from it today charlie into the afternoon but then it works its way right on back in here into friday. the details coming you but this morning -- up but this morning we have the winter weather advisory until 9:00 and that's because of the slick roadways and the snow we have on the roadways this morning. and speaking of the snow we can look at it on maryland's most powerful radar as of now. and it is beginning to taper off from the northwest down to the southeast. the southeast corner now is where you're getting all the -- all the snow rather in southern maryland around ocean city. but still some light snow showers hanging around glendale right now. and pg county. around bell, new carolton. landover hills. kentland and also mitchellvi
much involved in the eugenics movement. and i think lindbergh was very afraid that little charlie was not ever going to be a healthy young man. narrator: eugenicists believe in creating superior human beings by selectively breeding the smartest and strongest people, those with good genes, and sterilizing the physically and mentally weak. there were rumors that charlie had some physical problem. and if he did, this could be a sign that lindbergh had inferior genes. and his feeling about having an imperfect child may have weighed on him very, very heavily. is there any evidence that lindbergh's baby had any of these health problems? yes. the family doctor noted an enlarged or still open fontanel which should have been closed. he had difficulty getting the child to stand up straight when he was doing the physical examination. and children who have this problem are often associated with rickets. narrator: charlie's physician described him as having a "moderate rickety condition," but not the severe form of rickets that can bring deformed bones and other skeletal is
pringle. >> and i'm charlie crowson. the weather is painfully cold out there. >> lets see today and also lynette at some point we have to look ahead to sunday to see how the playoff game is going to be. >> exact lym going to hold you in suspense for the game but right now? it's very cold. that temperature coming in at 21 degrees and i'm saying we are in the deep freeze this morning. you definitely need to dress accordingly. dew point 14 in hereford right now and we have very dry air. also in ellicott city the temperature coming in at 24 degrees and our last stop this morning in stevensville. 28 with that dew point of 17. so we have the clouds out there this morning. but no type of rain. no type of snow and that will be the scenario even as we go into the afternoon. now, this is what we have as you plan your day. well, we do have you breaking out the sun shades before it's all said and done. we are going to start out at 8:00 at 28 degrees. it's going to be cold and crisp on my facebook, jim says it sounds like i'm describing is pinot grigio. cold and crisp. have a great day jim. let's get
harm. >> stephanie: zonks he got gun control and gay rights in that piece. charlie pierce writes obama's speech is a bold resentation of almost everything the democratic party has stood for the last 20 years. >> yeah, i got choked up at a number of different times. the whole inauguration was so boldly inclusive. you have an openly gay latino poet delivering the poem. >> stephanie: and sean hannity said it was the most divisive speech ever. >> and the benediction, the pastor, the gay media uncovered some of his not so nice things he had to say about lbgt people in the past and 24 hours later they had a new priest to give the benediction. >> stephanie: right. and this young gay hispanic poet, again, historic and i don't know if you saw it jim, but the best picture ever for eric cantor's bitch face. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> stephanie: who? why must we have the homos? >> oh look at his nails. [ laughter ] >> jim. [ laughter ] >> i'm just saying eric cantor being homophobic is funny. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yeah, but it's -- it really is -- you know, it's sad in
'm megan pringle. >> and i'm charlie crowson. lynette you say maybe the worst of it is over? but now we've got the aftermath of flooding. >> exactly. so we still have some flooding around the area. coastal flooding and i'm going to show you that in a minute but also the big story today charlie is going to be the windy conditions. we look at maryland's most powerful radar as of now and well we can see some of this still a light band rolling in across the bay as of now. and beck see it right -- we can see it right around copeland and buck neck landing and also the beach. we're also seeing some -- light rain around cecil county this morning and we could see it around leslie, northeast. moderate rain and steadier around around pines edge and -- rain around pines edge and lombard. this is sliding up north and east around pennsylvania. take it easy on the roadways this morning and then we'll start to see things looking up a bit. as we look at the flood warnings we have a coastal flood advisory you can see it for the areas here shaded in the blue color, for the creeks and streams they're deali
character charlie brown. but peter robins is not feeling the love from authorities, a story about what happened to him when crossing a border when "good morning maryland" begins right now. >>> we are following breaking news this morning out of baltimore city. an early morning fire forces a number of people out into the cold. >>> and a select kick that had ravens' fans crying foul. now it appears the golden boy is going to be paying up. >>> your morning commute and school is going to be a little different this morning. it's going to have a winter feel. snow on the ground. how long will this hang around? also what about those cold temperatures? we'll take a look at all of that coming up on this thursday, january 24th. "good morning maryland." i'm charlie crowson. megan is off today. but lynette charles. she is in house with the very latest on your forecast. and lynette, still a lot going on outside. it is dangerously cold. >> it is. it's cold out there char low. you really need to bundle up. but maryland's most powerful radar still picking up on the light snow showers across the area. i'
sister. >> mickey and charlie, sisters and inseparable, till the night mickey vanished on a long ride home. >> this was an extraordinary circumstance. >> suddenly charlie was everywhere. relentless in a crusade for her sister. >> whatever path i was on before this, it's different now. >> where was she? and where would this mystery lead? >> even those closest to him didn't know that he had that secret life. >> the twist would be heart-stopping, and the ending, that would be too. >> she knew she was fighting for her life and she fought. >> because you're about to see that this young woman named mickey just might help solve her own mystery. >> you're proud of her? >> yeah, it's amazing. good for mickey. >> i'm lester holt, and this is "dateline." josh mankowitz has our story. >>> southern louisiana laced with mysterious bayous and twisted waterways, where surprises lurk around every bend. a place that can be as dangerous as it is majestic. it's where all the currents of our story cross. fear, secrets, loss, but most of all, love and family. charlene and michaela shunick grew up here, nea
with charlie gasparino. that's coming up in just a few minutes. you don't want to miss that one. i don't care who else interviews james gorman, it is charlie. he is the guy you want to hear interview jim gorman. you have intel, the biggest drag on the dow jones. shares are dropping by nearly 7%. quite an interesting story here. q4 earnings per share topped analyst estimates margins improved but investors headed for the exit once intel said it would ramp up capital spending, 13 billion in cap ex in 2013. that's up from 11 billion spent last year. the problem investors have with that is that the spending comes at a time when there are some questions about chip demand. but intel chief financial stacey smith telling me intel is ramping up because the future looks bright. >> for 2013, we're forecasting low single digit revenue growth. and my expectation is we will see some acceleration in the back half of 13. when i kind of think about the year, you have a couple of tail winds that i think kick in. liz: the intel news weighing on rival advanced micro devices which is down about 30 cents or more th
. >> neil: anyway, charles payne, dagen mcdowell, along with adam lashinsky, look who is back, charlie gasperino. charles payne, these were numbers, part of a menu put out by the cbo among such of options, all relatively painless. >> relative, some just kind of common sense, medicare, and age eligibility, 100 billion and how about curtailing the medical malpractice lawsuits, 60 billion dollars. the numbers are mind-boggling. >> neil: not a single program is cut. we're talking about shaving their growth, in most cases by 1% a year, so they're going up at a 7% clip. 6%. >> it did slow down a little bit. yes. listen, this cells this, these guys go to d.c. overwhelmingly, they go there become ultimately corrupt somehow and the only mention to loot the joint and that's crazy, when the cbo comes out with something that they can use, all of a sudden it's the bipartisan backs me up on this and comes out with something they can't use. >> neil: all of a sudden they became like the zagat survey. >> and i love that you're talking about honey boo boo. >> that's one weird-- >> weird how? her mother
captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: the 47th super bowl will kick off on sunday, february 3, at the superdome in new orleans. the a.f.c. champion baltimore ravens will meet the n.f.c. champion san francisco 49ers in a game filled with intrigue. it's what's being called the har-bowl. it's the first time brothers will face each other from a opposing sidelines. the game also marks the end of one of the n.f.l.'s great careers with the retirement of ravens' linebacker ray lewis. joining me, peter king of "sports illustrated," widely regarded as america's premier n.f.l. writer. his column "monday morning quarterback" has become a must read for n.f.l. fans since it began 15 years ago. i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome back. >> thank you, charlie. appreciate it. >> rose: set up this game for me. you have said that the ravens should have the upper hand because they're on a roll an you beat peyto manning and tom brady, you deserve a certain amount of respect. >> well, if you go through your playoff run
trail. the return of charlie sheen. >>> lance armstrong talking to oprah winfrey, he admits using substances like cortisone and he wouldn't have won without adopting. using banned substances at the tour de france. most shocking of all he was not afraid of getting caught. it is all out there now. lance armstrong the biggest jeeter in the history of sport and shame on him. i want to bring in somebody, the former south carolina governor committed to an affair and found him a political punch line. he is making a comeback and running for congress and he joins me now exclusively. thank you for joining me. i am not linking what happened to you with the grotesque confessions spelling out lance armstrong. i have to ask you as somebody who has been through the minister of getting caught, doing something you should not have been and all the public abuse that comes your way and the downfall, what do you feel for lance armstrong tonight on that level? >> i feel bad for him. it is a remarkable storm that he is about to go through. i will suspect he will go through the steps of the personal jour
the hour next. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. . >> rose: david axelrod is here, the strategist who lead barack obama's two successful presidential campaigns. for year he has got his scores of top democrats into office. also served as a senior advisor to the white house. now he says he left campaigning for ago dem ya, the first director of the university of chicago's institute of politics. i am pleased to have the david axelrod as we look forward to the presidency inraise. welcome. >> thank you, good to be here, charlie. >> when you go to this inauguration, what are you going to feel? >> well, you know, i guess i will feel a little of what i felt when i stood beside the stage in des moines when the president was making his last campaign speech this year, late at night on the eve of the election. i will be thinking about the journey that we've taken together. we, you know, i met barack obama 20 years ago. and we've been working together now for ten. and in a se
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